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ba·rom·e·ter

 (bə-rŏm′ĭ-tər)
n.
1. An instrument for measuring atmospheric pressure, used especially in weather forecasting.
2. Something that registers or responds to fluctuations; an indicator: Opinion polls serve as a barometer of the public mood.

bar′o·met′ric (băr′ə-mĕt′rĭk), bar′o·met′ri·cal adj.
bar′o·met′ri·cal·ly adv.
ba·rom′e·try n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.barometric - relating to atmospheric pressure or indicated by a barometerbarometric - relating to atmospheric pressure or indicated by a barometer; "barometric pressure"
Translations
بارومتري
barometrický
barometer-
légnyomásbeli
loftvogar-, loftòrÿsti-
barometrický
barometrikbasınç ölçümsel

barometric

[ˈbærəʊˈmetrɪk]
A. ADJbarométrico
B. CPD barometric pressure Npresión f barométrica

barometric

adjbarometrisch, Barometer-

barometric

[ˌbærəˈmɛtrɪk] adj (pressure, chart) → barometrico/a; (reading) → del barometro

barometer

(bəˈromitə) noun
an instrument which indicates changes of weather. The barometer is falling – it is going to rain.
barometric (bӕrəˈmetrik) adjective
barometric pressure.
References in classic literature ?
The air was pure, the wind moderate, and the balloon ascended almost perpendicularly to a height of fifteen hundred feet, as indicated by a depression of two inches in the barometric column.
First, I made a barometric observation, to get our altitude, but I could not perceive that there was any result.
"It is entirely a question of barometric pressure."
The higher barometric pressure was also connected to negative comments in Florida, which is also probably different from much of the country, the researchers said, because rising pressure is often associated with fair weather.
Barometric's proprietary identity graph technology (developed originally as an internal tool for AdTheorent), collects mobile IDs across digital environments to increase marketing efficiency and campaign measurement.
Their diary data were matched with hourly measurements of barometric pressure, temperature, relative humidity, and wind speed recorded at five St.
Barometric pressure is a measurement of the air from sea level to the upper edge of the earth's atmosphere.
Because the research suggests that sunlight and such measurements as higher rather than lower barometric pressure work to mitigate the negative effects of weather on consumer spending, and it's those negative effects that directly impact consumer behavior rather than the positive effects, it seems to us that the consumer reaction to the lessening of negative effects is what is ripe for marketers to take advantage of.
In the Mediterranean Sea (Tsimplis, 1995), North Sea, and Baltic Sea (Marc, 2001), the variation in sea level was mainly induced by winds and barometric pressure.
ESI produces sensors for wind speed and direction, humidity, rainfall, solar radiation, leaf wetness and barometric pressure.
The thought is that the sudden increase or decrease in barometric pressure might force oxygen from the air in the bubble present in the sample into solution and result in a change in partial pressure.
Atmospheric pressure is often called barometric pressure because it can be measured by the height of the mercury column in a barometer.